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Aye, you dare say after all this blimey rubbish the beastly bloke turned out to be just some bog-standard Joe? I'd dare say the poor chap must be completely mental or else had to take the mickey in a bad sort of way. All in the land knows when the Bobby points his blues and twos it don't mean to sod off!. Now look at the bad tickety-boo this bloody wanker and his trove of slappers are in!
Coming on the heels of having accepted a bid from a lawn care company that wasn't a legal business, I am beginning to question the County BOCs ethical standards. The Lawn Care bid must be rebid. This is why binder fees are required of bidders and are retained if the rules aren't followed. We taxpayers will bear the cost of the additional time and moeny to do this.
The scrap metal "nested bid" cannot be accepted and should be denied. What if Oconee metals has also included a statement, "...or 5% more than the highest bid"? They had the highest bid. I think Oconee should sue and once again we tazpayers will bear the cost of this action. Perhaps the commissioners might consider better counsel in the future, or else the voters of this great County should strive for better Commissioners?
I dare say the State would run afoul with the Feds if this limiting legislation was so enacted. These are their voters you understand. This entitlement is only the iceberg's tip. Good thing you working blokes don't know about all the other myriad of entitlements...
I'd chance to say GOOD JOB to the VICTIM in this case. Poor bloke and wife sound like they were left to conduct their own investigation. Are Authorities, regardless of the County, checking these recycle operations for incoming stolen items regularly???
State taxes indeed are nothing to take lightly. They can actually be more than Federal taxes. But why, prey tell is the government, even involved in such affairs?
The support from State and local governments plus other entities will be returned ten fold or better in the long run for the community. You have to spend money to make money. Wastewater treatment is a viable need. Let's just make sure other people's unrelated pet projects don't mysteriously end up in the mix under the guise they are needed to acquire and retain Baxter.
The good that this filming brings far outweighs a small and very temporary inconvenience for some residential people. Why must this come to laws and ordinances?
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